Dispensing Audiologist Or Hearing Instrument Specialist- Part Time

Physicians Hearing Network Austin , TX 78703

Posted 1 week ago

Physicians Hearing Network is the largest, fastest-growing provider for hearing services exclusive to medical practices with direct physician referrals. We are an industry leader and revolutionizing where patients will access hearing healthcare services in the future!

Do you want to join the Revolution?

We have a 3 day/week, part-time dispensing position in Austin, Texas. If you have a passion for changing lives through better hearing, in an autonomous role supported by a team of fellow providers, we want to share this opportunity with you!


The Ideal Candidate is:

  • Passionate about motivating patients to address their hearing loss and improve their quality of life
  • Committed to successfully identifying and treating hearing aid candidates
  • Focused on delivering the highest quality of care with each patient
  • Result driven team player
  • Eager to learn and grow professionally


Physician Hearing Network Benefits:

  • Competitive part time compensation package
  • Access to the latest state-of-the-art technology in the hearing industry
  • Quality ongoing training and professional development focused on best practices
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Dispensing Audiologist Or Hearing Instrument Specialist- Part Time

Physicians Hearing Network